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Which of the following is stored in the skeletal system?
a) potassium
b) calcium
c) sodium
d) phosphorous

About how many times a day does your circulatory system transport blood between the heart, lungs, and other organs?
a) 100
b) 500
c) 1,000
d) 1,500

Which of the following is NOT a function of the lymphatic system?
a) remove excess fluid around organs
b) absorb and transport fats
c) produce white blood cells
d) transport oxygen to organs

Lungs are made up of millions of _____.
a) alveoli
b) villi
c) projections
d) capillaries

Which of the following is NOT part of the respiratory system?
a) pharynx
b) ventricle
c) trachea
d) bronchus

The following are parts of the lymphatic system. Which is NOT responsible for making white blood cells?
a) bone marrow
b) lymph nodes
c) spleen
d) thymus

Which of the following is NOT a type of muscle tissue?
a) cardiac
b) skeletal
c) smooth
d) striated

Which system produces immune cells?
a) circulatory
b) respiratory
c) lymphatic
d) skeletal

The transition between the respiratory system and the circulatory system occurs when oxygen transfers from _____ to _____.
a) bronchi, capillaries
b) capillaries, veins
c) bronchi, trachea
d) alveoli, capillaries

Your body fights many infections with this.
a) respiration
b) homeostasis
c) lymphatic system
d) digestion

Chewing begins this process.
a) respiration
b) homeostasis
c) lymphatic system
d) digestion

Air passes from the nose to the pharynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs
a) respiration
b) homeostasis
c) lymphatic system
d) excretion

Some foods travel through the entire digestive system without being digested or absorbed.
a) respiration
b) homeostasis
c) lymphatic system
d) excretion

Arteries transport oxygen to your organs.
a) respiration
b) homeostasis
c) lymphatic system
d) circulation

You read the label on food to check this information.
a) respiration
b) homeostasis
c) lymphatic system
d) nutrition

The human body maintains steady internal conditions.
a) respiration
b) homeostasis
c) lymphatic system
d) nutrition

The nervous system takes in information through _____.
a) endocrine
b) nerves
c) neurons
d) reflexes

allows you to lift your books
a) endocrine system
b) muscular system
c) nervous system
d) skeletal system

Hormones cause organ systems to carry out specific functions.
a) endocrine system
b) muscular system
c) nervous system
d) skeletal system

allows you to react to a hot stove
a) endocrine system
b) muscular system
c) nervous system
d) skeletal system

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